Audio Networking Forum January 7th 2015 - 04:49 PM

​Over the last 25 years developers have worked on producing specific networking systems for broadcast that can transport many channels of high quality audio in the most efficient and budget conscious way. Since the mid 1980s Ethernet has formed the basis of many networks, for both IT and audio. CobraNet is g

Understanding the basics of IP Networking, Part 1 December 19th 2014 - 03:45 PM

Like everything else, audio equipment is increasingly adopting IT solutions in the hope of achieving some combination of economy, resilience, flexibility and sound quality. John Watkinson argues that the best way to obtain the desired result is to make informed decisions based on an understanding of the technology.

New Headquarters Maintains Distinct “NPR Sound” November 4th 2014 - 11:56 AM

One of the most sophisticated audio production facilities in the World is that of National Public Radio. The transition of staff and technicians to NPR’s new 331,000 sq. ft. seven-floor headquarters in Washington DC began in late March 2013 and continued into April, when its popular “All Things Considered” show officially went l

Dante PCIe Now Includes Thunderbolt Expansion Support November 3rd 2014 - 08:51 AM

Audinate, has released its latest firmware update for the Dante PCIe soundcard. Version 3.7.1 delivers a range of new features, including audio signal presence indicators, latency statistics monitoring and packet error detection. In addition, the Dante PCIe soundcard may now be used with several popular Thunderbolt expansion chassis, to enable connection